From: Matthew Hancock <drimo717@ho...> - 2004-02-24 13:20:51
I would say you do not have your permissions set correctly in the users
I'd change the permissions for the entire ilohamail dir with the recursive
chmod -R 777 ilohaMailDir
I'd also change the ownership to "nobody" or an equivalent user / group with
the recursive option set:
chown nobody.nobody ilohaMailDir
Give that a try, if that doesn't work, perhaps someone else will have a
>From: Cameron Crotty <cam@...>
>Subject: [Ilohamail-users] Can't create user dir?
>Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2004 22:28:20 -0800
>This is an embarrassingly basic question, I'm sure. I just installed
>Ilohamail (0.8.12) in my public_html folder, and I think that I've got my
>permissions set correctly (777, no root access), and the folders named
>properly (per the seven steps), but I'm getting a "Couldn't create user
>dir" error when I try and login.
>Again, I apologize for my lack of knowledge, but I'm not even sure where to
>begin to troubleshoot this. Any help or advice appreciated.
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